Video—ARTV: Taurus Part 2

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posted on February 11, 2019
Delve further into Taurus with this second installment of American Rifleman's series on the gun maker. Focusing primarily on the Taurus Spectrum, this feature segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV continues the viewer's behind-the-scenes look at Taurus designs, the company's self-described place in the industry and its plans for the future. Watch a preview here.

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